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PRESS RELEASE: Kubota Image Tools Announces 'Artistic Tools' Vol. Three
New Photoshop Actions provide unprecedented creative image enhancements for the busy professional photographer
BEND, Oregon -- Kevin Kubota, Idea Guy of Kubota Image Tools, has created another set of image enhancement software Actions for Adobe Photoshop. After the highly-acclaimed introductions of Artistic Tools Volume One and Two and Production Tools Volume One, the release of a third set of Artistic Tools features 50 new actions and is now available to the professional photography community.
"I have created Artistic Tools volume three in response to requests by photographers who have worked with and enjoyed the previous two volumes. I love to play with Photoshop and test the limits of what it can do to make my images match my creative vision. Being able to share my knowledge, in the form of Actions that can empower other photographers to take their images to the next level, is part of my passion," says Kevin Kubota.
This brand new volume contains a fresh variety of color enhancing, enriching and beautifying actions for Photoshop CS or newer. Highlights include Velveteen, Satin B&W, Renaissance, Fashion Passion, Washout, Super Heroine and Deep Forest. In addition, several new scripts have been added for automatically sizing images from 4x6 up to 8x10, while adding borders with keyline variations.
The set retails for $99 and can be purchased through the Kubota Image Tools Web site at: http://www.KubotaImageTools.com.
System Requirements: Mac OS X or Win 98, 2000, NT, ME and XP, Adobe Photoshop 7.0 or better. Some Actions require Photoshop CS2 or newer.
(First posted on Wednesday, December 6, 2006 at 15:55 EST)